Church of England Diocese of St.Edmundsbury & Ipswich Beck Row with Kenny Hill

About Us

**** IMPORTANT NOTE **** Please note the 'drop pin' shown on the Google map is unhelpful as it shows the WRONG location. The pin should drop in St John Street immediately adjacent to the Aspal Park, Car Park. Thank you.

St John's Beck Row is a friendly church with strong ethos of caring for the people of the village at the heart of its mission. 

With strong congregational participation in a wide range of activities, and a willingness to try new things and new forms of worship, the St John’s Church family is keen to welcome new members. 
St John’s maintains strong links with the nearby USAF airbase as well as with World War Two veterans and their families. 
The church holds a special annual service to honour those who have served in US and British military forces and have links to St John’s. American servicemen and women and their families are often a welcome part of the congregation.

Open to all, St John’s remains an important part of community life. 

Other features include a the largest war graves cemetery in Suffolk which is the resting place of many brave young commonwealth service personnel including the forever young Australian V.C. Middleton. Who is Pilot Officer Rawdon Hume Middleton
Adjacent to the church is our large Church Hall and this is where we gather after the service for refreshments. 
Our Sunday service is every Sunday at 11am. Please check our Notice Board for when there is a 5th Sunday in the Month as worship arrangements which may vary in venue
The church has a loop hearing system and toilet facilities
The church is also child friendly and has an activity area at the back of the church.

Whilst St John's is without a vicar of its own, the parish is being cared for by two curates from the Mildenhall Team, Rev David Butcher and Rev Caroline Butcher, a husband and wife team.